The legislation to formally remove the UK from the EU risks undermining environmental progress in the devolved nations, Scottish and Welsh ministers have warned.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has blamed “quite serious deterioration” in Scottish education standards for the SNP’s “decline”.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has described feeling a “sense of duty” to make the case against a hard Brexit, claiming the UK is “crying out for leadership of a moderate kind”.
The number of patients readmitted to NHS Grampian hospitals within two days of an being discharged early due to staff and bed shortages is three times the national average.
The fundraising efforts of the family of a late north-east MSP have been hailed at Holyrood.
More than 4,000 pupils from Scotland’s poorest communities will be going to university, officials have confirmed.
There will be tears today as envelopes and text messages containing long-awaited exam results are opened - whether of happiness, disappointment or just relief that this rite of passage is now over.
Transport bosses have refused to reveal full details of secret talks over A90 average speed cameras just weeks before they go live - sparking questions about the justification for the £2million scheme.
Nurses in the north and north-east could still be owed millions of pounds in backdated holiday pay, it has emerged.
When the recent oil price crash hit the north-east, thousands of Scots were suddenly left without work.
New statistics have shown that Grampian has seen the biggest drop in suicides in Scotland.
‘Clueless police call handler didn’t know A90 – then sent woman on hour-long journey away from local station’
A woman who called the police to report a dangerous driver near Aberdeen was left incensed by a “clueless” call handler based in Govan.
Alcohol-related deaths have hit a record high in Grampian, with 110 deaths last year.
Major wind farm applications are being pushed through by ministers despite local opposition, according to official figures.
A quarter of care homes were rated unsatisfactory, weak or adequate by the Care Inspectorate this year, according to Scottish Conservative figures.
The SNP has accused the UK Government of selling Scottish universities short having previously pumped in money “for PR purposes to save the union”.
Cross-party consensus against prison sentences of less than a year is growing, with Scottish Lib Dems and Labour backing alternatives to custody.
Tories have accused the first minister of hypocrisy after she appointed former Aberdeen MP Callum McCaig as a special adviser.
Action must be taken to protect Aberdeen from Brexit, MSPs have said.
Data on teacher vacancies has not been collected by the Scottish Government since September 2016, parliamentary questions have revealed.
An £8.6m fund for community ventures will be announced in Inverness today.
More than £1.5m funding is being given to schools in the north to close the attainment gap, the Scottish Government has announced.
A north MSP has secured another award for his road safety campaigning.
The chairwoman of a parliamentary committee has backed calls for the Gaelic language to be awarded Unesco status in order to preserve its cultural heritage.
An influential group of peers is calling on the UK Government to “raise its game” in consulting the devolved administrations on Brexit.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged Scottish ministers to follow the UK Government’s lead in clamping down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
A row has erupted after the SNP questioned the UK Government's commitment to engaging with the EU on the future of farm subsidy payments post-Brexit.
Theresa May launched a fierce attack on the Scottish Government yesterday as new Tory Andrew Bowie accused the SNP of "failing rural Scotland".
Alistair Carmichael has urged the UK Government to spell out how it will honour its manifesto commitment to support the development of wind projects on Scotland's remote islands.
Health chiefs in the Highlands have admitted that all of the region's hospitals face a maintenance backlog - and most older buildings are "high risk".
A senior SNP minister has been snubbed by his UK counterpart in Westminster during his quest for answers over the Tory-DUP deal, according to a Scottish Government official.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of trying to cover up the latest agricultural payment delays as one-in-five farmers across the north-east face a shortfall.